Setting SunsBecause Phoenix has shopped Amare Stoudemire so heavily, it will be shocking if he isn’t traded before Thursday’s 2 p.m. deadline. The Suns are weighing several offers but aren’t expected to get top value for the four-time All-Star. Stoudemire isn’t the only player who will change uniforms. And the Suns aren’t the only team looking to clear cap space. The Hornets don’t want to pay the dollar-for-dollar penalty for every dollar they’re over the $71.1 million luxury tax. Vince Carter (to Cleveland?), Chris Bosh, David Lee and Shaquille O’Neal have been mentioned, but all four probably will remain with their current teams. Two prominent names not on the list below that might be traded are Marcus Camby and Carlos Boozer. The latest rumors include: Amare Stoudemire: The Bulls (Tyrus Thomas, Joakim Noah and Thabo Sefolosha and a draft pick) have been the team most prominently mentioned but Miami, Detroit, Golden State and a team no one has identified reportedly are in the mix. Tyson Chandler: Hampered by Peja Stojakovic’s contract, the Hornets could trade Chandler to Detroit for Rasheed Wallace’s expiring contract. Portland: Raef LaFrentz’s expiring contract is a valuable asset. The Trail Blazers are seeking an upgrade at point guard (Raymond Felton? Kirk Hinrich? Stephon Marbury?). Portland will trade, but for what? Richard Jefferson or Luol Deng might be possibilities. Mike Miller: Cleveland would love to add the sharp-shooting Miller to assist their run at a title by giving up Wally Szczerbiak and J.J. Hickson. Joe Smith: Thunder general manager Sam Presti probably won’t get much in return, but the Lakers, Celtics and Spurs are among several playoff contenders that would like to add the veteran forward. Brad Miller: Sacramento’s center is drawing some attention. Several teams are interested.